We are now coming to the end of tangerines. The crop was a big one. We are really growing these at the limit of their range, so we have a yield 50% of the years. I know they have seeds, which the kids may not like, but seeds are needed to reproduce. Our citrus has done well for us this year, but only the west half of the field. The farm is very flat, laser leveled by a previous owner, so his water would flow well. Over the years, from observation only, that slight fall protects the western half of the citrus from the extremes of frost. Our pomelo, grapefruits, valencias and lemons are planted in that sweet spot.